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After AMD delivered some “shock and awe” with the release of its Ryzen processors earlier this year, gamers are eagerly anticipating the launch of Vega-based graphics cards. Unfortunately for those that don’t have over $1,000 to plunk down on a single card, our first exposure to Vega comes in the form of the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. We can now confirm today that this high-end professional-grade graphics card has a starting price of $999 for the air-cooled version, while its water-cooled sibling is priced at $1,500 (this meshes with earlier reports). As we’ve mentioned previously, the Radeon... Read more...
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti’s reign at the top of consumer graphics food chain was short-lived. The $700 GTX 1080 Ti has now been supplanted by the $1,200 Titan Xp, a full-fat GP102 core that demolishes benchmarks first and asks questions later. In case you missed it the first two times that we covered the Titan Xp, here’s the general breakdown of how the new ballbuster stacks up specs wise: 12GB GDDR5X memory operating at 11.4 GbpsMaximum memory bandwidth of 548Gbps3,840 CUDA cores running at a clock speed of 1.6GHz12 TFLOPs of compute powerAvailable direct from NVIDIA with an MSRP of $1,200... Read more...
Earlier this week, NVIDIA came out of absolutely nowhere with an announcement of a new top-end TITAN X, following-up to the Pascal-based TITAN X released (also out of nowhere) last summer. This new TITAN X, somewhat confusingly called TITAN Xp, offers more CUDA cores and faster memory than the previous gen Titan X for the same $1,200 USD price tag. It's also of course faster than a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Regardless, if you happened to have been in the market for such a luxury, then this announcement came at just the right time. Based on the TITAN Xp's specs, and what we know of the GeForce... Read more...
With the launch of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti last month, NVIDIA for the most part surpassed the performance of the Pascal-based Titan X while undercutting the graphics card’s price point by hundreds. Unfortunately for the GTX 1080 Ti, its reign at the top didn’t last long as NVIDIA is ratcheting up the performance potential of Pascal yet again with the new Titan Xp. If you’re looking for the ultimate in graphics performance in a single card on the PC, it doesn’t any better than this. The Titan Xp is more potent than both the original Pascal-based Titan X and the GTX 1080 Ti, as it represent the Pascal... Read more...